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Tumi Na Howa is a soulful and soothing Bangla song performed by Ashish. It is the best romantic Bangla song of 2016 by any artist. Tumi Na Howa makes you remember the one you love. You will definitely fall in love with this heart touching composition if you have ever been in love. SHARE this song with your loved one to tell them HOW MUCH YOU MISS THEM.
Ashish is a U.S. based Indian singer who has done a lot of playbacks and recordings for Hindi and Bangla songs. Now, he wishes to make it big on YouTube and needs your support. So, please show your love for Bangla songs and SUBSCRIBE to this channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxJg931gS2jd-6bILP-a9YQ?sub_confirmation=1
Singer : Ashish Das
Lyrics – Rajiv Dutta
Music – Joy Sarkar
Flute : Sushanta Nandy
Violin : Sandipan Ganguly
Acoustic Rhythm : Joy Nandi, Papa Bhattacharya
Guitar : Raja Chowdhury
Bass : Raja Chowdhury
Mandolin : Raja Chowdhury
Keyboards : Gautam Shome
Sarod : Pratik Shrivastav
Mixed and Mastered by Goutam Basu at Studio Vibration
Facebook : fb.me/ashishmelody
https://www.democracynow.org -A new exposé by Mother Jones magazine may shock anyone who drinks out of plastic bottles, gives their children plastic sippy cups, eats out of plastic containers, or stores food with plastic wrap. For years, public campaigns have been waged against plastic containing bisphenol-A (BPA), a controversial plastic additive, due to concerns about adverse human health effects caused by the exposure to synthetic estrogen. But a new investigation by Mother Jones reporter Mariah Blake has revealed that chemicals used to replace BPA may be just as dangerous to your health, if not more. Plastic products being advertised as BPA-free — and sold by companies such as Evenflo, Nalgene and Tupperware — are still releasing synthetic estrogen. The Mother Jones piece also reveals how the plastics industry has used a “Big Tobacco-style campaign” to bury the disturbing scientific evidence about the products you use every day. Blake joins us to discuss her findings.
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